The Lotus Project

The Art of Being a Woman

Non-Fiction - Health - Fitness
126 Pages
Reviewed on 07/06/2013
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Author Biography

Lyn Hicks is an author and educator of health, wellbeing and green living. Trained in Tia Chi Chuan, Aharaj Yoga, and ancient feminine cultures, she shares her yoga of living on her organic flower farm in Pennsylvania. A love of nature, beauty and grace inspires Lyn to share the power of feminine essence with other woman. Educating others to live in more connection with their bodies to allow their innate health system and intuition to strengthen. Her site, her farm and her blog can be found at She inspires woman to sink into their power through strengthening our collaborative community through nourishment. You can follow her writing her blog at

    Book Review

Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite

“The Lotus Project: The Art of Being a Woman” by Lyn Hicks gives a new perspective on women's roles at home, in the workplace and in the society. It awakens and encourages women to become mindful of their intuition and wisdom that are just waiting to be discovered. In her words, “Seeking true nourishment and nurturing begins with ourselves and continues as a recurring theme through all areas of our lives.”

First of all, this is a beautiful book that is so pleasing to the eyes. The cover art is simply stunning and the interior design definitely shimmering with femininity. I really enjoyed this self-help, personal transformation book. It is an easy read and simply put together very well - absolutely inspiring. I get something from almost every page turned. I was enlightened as I kept reading. It conveys the powerful, uplifting message about embracing your femininity, about how to honor yourself to create a positive state of mind. The information inside is a wonderful celebration of how to live and celebrate the life of being a female. A lot of the guidance is innovative and intelligent and makes you smile and nod in agreement with the insight of the author. Dance, artistic environmentalism, healthy eating, yoga and many more tools are shared by the author which are sure to help readers live a happier and healthier life. A necessary material for all women today, this book is simply worth reading again and again. Simple, yet memorable and empowering. I highly recommend it to my fellow females.